I was in the middle of the Sunday rush last year and, to me, one of the biggest problems was lack of airspeed control. Time after time I would establish spacing, only to lose it as the plane ahead of me started slowing down, even though his spacing was fine ahead. If you are one of those who can only fly at "whatever this power setting gives me" you, in Jeff's words, "have no business flying into Oshkosh".
RV-6 N207AM w/G3X, 1,500 hours +
South St. Paul, MN (KSGS)
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